Why Transnational Law Matters, 24 Penn State Int’l L. Rev. 745 (2006)
What is transnational law and why does it matter? Transnational law represents a hybrid of domestic and international law that has assumed increasing significance in our lives. Let me address why transnational law is important, and then turn to some emerging trends, which I call transnational legal process, transnational legal substance, and the rise of transnational public law. I will close by considering ways in which legal education and American law schools should act to keep pace with the ascendancy of transnational law.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Koh, Harold Hongju, "Why Transnational Law Matters" (2006). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1793.